Saturday, December 24, 2011

Sea Anemones

This week’s topic is Sea anemones close relatives to corals and jellyfish. They look like beautiful flowers on the bottom of the ocean floor, but they are actually real live animals.The sea anemone eats small fish and shrimp. They also sting their prey and predators; however it doesn't bother the Anemone fish or better known as the Clownfish. In fact the Clownfish calls the Anemone its home.
They are some of the prettiest things that I've ever seen. They have many beautiful colors and they flow with the underwater currents. That's me at Harbor Branch on National Estuaries Day last year, standing next to a tank with a Sea Anemone in it. Well that's all for now thanks for checking out my blog. I hope everyone has a Happy and safe New Year! Bye.

 You can see some really beautiful Sea Anemone pictures at


  1. It's inspiring to see a young lady so interested in our oceans. Maybe there is hope for our planet. Love your blog.

  2. I enjoy your blog, knowing how much you love what you are doing. Keep up the good work as our water world needs all the love we can give it. Can't wait till neek week.

  3. I look forward to your blog each week Janie keep up the good work!
    Grandma Rayna

  4. Great job Janie! I love it! I know you will attain your goals and become anything you want to become. You are already a great young lady.